Glenn A. Neasham was convicted of felony theft from an elder on Oct. 21, 2011 in California Superior Court. In 2008, he sold an Allianz MasterDex 10 to an 83-year-old woman who was later said to have dementia. Neasham and his assistants have said they did not see any signs of dementia at the time of the sale. A California Court of Appeals on Oct. 8 reversed the conviction. Prosecutors have the option to appeal the reversal and seek a new trial.
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Court Upholds Reversal Of Neasham Theft Conviction
The California Supreme Court has upheld the reversal of annuity agent Glenn Neasham’s conviction of theft for selling an annuity...
Neasham's Insurance License Is Restored
The California Insurance Department gave Glenn Neasham his life insurance license back three months after an appellate court threw out his theft conviction. Neasham now awaits a state Supreme Court ruling on whether the reversal will stand...
Attorney General Seeks Appeal of Neasham Reversal
The California attorney general has asked the state Supreme Court to review an overturned guilty verdict in the Glenn Neasham case, in which an insurance agent was convicted of felony theft for selling an annuity...
Neasham Looks to Uncertain Future Even After Winning Appeal
The judges’ decision to overturn the conviction of theft in what was a simple annuity sale might have seemed like an obvious outcome to observers, but Glenn A. Neasham has learned the hard way not to assume anything in a court....
Court Rejects Theft Conviction of Calif. Annuity Agent
A California appellate court overturned the conviction of an insurance agent who had been found guilty of theft for selling an annuity...
Client’s Boyfriend Denies He Knew of Dementia in Neasham Case
The boyfriend of the client at the center of the case against annuity agent Glenn Neasham said he did not know of dementia, but an investigator's report shows otherwise...
Prosecutor Admits Not Proving Agent Knew Client Had Dementia
Dementia was a central element in the case against Glenn A. Neasham, an insurance producer in California who was convicted of felony theft for selling an annuity to an 83-year-old woman...
Bail Granted for Neasham, Keeping Him Out of Jail until Appeal
California agent who was convicted of theft for selling an annuity can stay out of jail if he posts $20,000 bail by April 19...
Wholesaler Sees Chilling Effect in Annuity Agent Conviction, Allianz Calls Case ‘Unique’
The wholesaler who worked with Glenn Neasham, who was convicted of theft for selling an annuity, says the producer would have documented any signs of dementia in a client...
Neasham Case Timeline
Glenn A. Neasham was convicted of felony theft in California for selling an annuity to an 83-year-old woman - here's a timeline of the events thus far...
Annuity Agent Loses License After Hearing
Glenn A. Neasham was convicted of felony theft in California for selling an annuity to an 83-year-old woman. The state revoked his insurance license after he lost his request for a new trial...
Advisor Convicted of Theft for Selling an Annuity
Glenn Neasham had a thriving business, making about a half-million dollars in his best year - but now, he is on public assistance while he faces the possibility of prison for selling just one annuity...
» Order of Summary Revocation
Copy of Glenn A. Neasham's license revocation by the state of California.
» Reply from Allianz Concerning the Case
Desk Statement on the Sentencing of Former Allianz Agent Glenn Neasham
» Readers React; Neasham Establishes Fund